The Worcester Directory (Massachusetts), 1885

Ware Azariah, pattern maker, 13 Cypress, h. 41 Russell

Ware Benjamin B. wool, 12 Front, boards 2 Clinton ct.

Ware Edmund R. salesman, h. 13 Benefit

Ware Elizabeth A. died Oct. 8, 1884, age 70

Ware Henry W. woodworker, 25 Union, h. 8 Harrington ave.

Ware James E. shoddy manuf. Maple ave. Tatnuck, h. do.

Ware James H. messenger, 8 Foster, house 63 Orange

Ware Jennie I. Mrs. teacher, high school, b. 23 Maple

Ware Justin A. clerk, Crompton Loom Works, 110 Green, house 148 Beacon

Ware Leonard, pattern maker, 95 Thomas, h. 24 Abbott

Ware Martha A. Mrs. boarding-house, Jamesville

WARE, PRATT & CO. (Henry S. Pratt and Wm. W. Johnson), custom tailors and clothing, 408 and 412 Main.

Ware Romondo C. clerk, 50 Trumbull, bds. 98 Park

Ware William, woodworker, 25 Union, h. 8 Harrington ave.

NOTARIES PUBLIC.

Fitchburg–T.K. Ware, Charles E. Ware, Jr.

GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS.

WARE, PRATT & CO. 408 Main

CLOTHING.

WARE, PRATT & CO. 408 Main

WOOL WASTE.

Ware B. 12 Front

DISTRICT COURTS.

FITCHBURG POLICE COURT.

Court held at Fitchburg. District includes Fitchburg.

Justice.—Thornton K. Ware of Fitchburg.

TAILORS.

WARE, PRATT & CO. 408 Main

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Ware Justin A.

SALARIES OF TEACHERS.

Classical and English High School.—Jennie I. Ware, salary $900

SHODDY MANUFS.

Ware J. E., Maple ave.

MERCHANT TAILORS.

WARE, PRATT & CO. 408 Main

BOARDING HOUSES.

Ware M.A. Mrs., Jamesville

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